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More concrete falls from Gardiner Expressway Add to ...

A hefty chunk of concrete has fallen from the Gardiner Expressway during Tuesday evening rush hour at Lower Simcoe and Lake Shore Boulevard.

This is the third time pieces of concrete have fallen this month from the busy highway.

Toronto police say no one was injured as most of the concrete fell on the sidewalk and there was minimal traffic disruption.

Late last week, the city announced they would be spending between $10-million and $15-million in each of the next 10 years repairing the Gardiner, which will eat up about 10 per cent of the total road repair budget.

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